#This is the 8th book I’ve read for the Australian Women Writers Challenge. Release Date: May 1st 2015. Publisher: Random House Australia. Source: From Publsiher via NetGalley. Synopsis from Goodreads: Kree Garrett’s younger brother Seth is all the family she has left, so when he goes missing while working in the Australian outback, she races … More Down Outback Roads By Alissa Callen. #AWW2015
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Many writers think their day job is getting in the way of their writing and count down the days until they can quit because that big book deal is on the way, right? Wrong, for now. (I should preface this with: Some writers have the luxury of…
You can read previous episodes HERE. I open the wardrobe and look through the clothes. There are lots of button up shirts all coloured either brown, yellow or green. Not my first choice of colours. What’s wrong with blue, black or even pink? There are white t-shirts and singlets hanging after the coloured shirts, and … More The Amberly Chronicles Episode 15: The Others.
Hey Everyone, I am not satisfied with the amount of writing I did this week. I feel like I’ve had interruption after interruption, especially the last few days, and it’s really irritating. The last update was on Tuesday so this update is only for the past five days. Here’s what my week looked liked: Wednesday: … More A Writerly Update 67.
I stumbled across this compilation of quotes by George R.R Martin on writing over at io9. You can check out the whole post HERE. Here are my two favourite: “I hate outlines. I have a broad sense of where the story is going; I know the end, I know the end of the principal characters, … More Writing Quote Wednesday: Quotes from George R.R. Martin.
Hey Everyone, It’s been a fortnight since my last update and I apologise for missing a week but I have been sick and still am a little. I’ve had the flu and I’m finding it hard to shake this one, it is really annoying, and now I’m getting a migraine. Because I was sick I … More A Writerly Update 66 + May Book Haul.
Release Date: August 2013 Publisher: Little, Brown and Company. Source: Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: NO ONE HAS SET FOOT ON EARTH IN CENTURIES – UNTIL NOW. Ever since a devastating nuclear war, humanity has lived on spaceships far above Earth’s radioactive surface. Now, one hundred juvenile delinquents – considered … More Review: The 100 by Kass Morgan.